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Epic Ansonia combo pad with turret, wraparound terrace lists for $16M

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Four units can become one in the storied Upper West Side building

Photos by Evan Joseph

It’s not too often that an apartment of this size and scope comes on to the market at the Ansonia, one of the city’s most storied apartment complexes. Sales at the Upper West Side building in the past year have been of the modest variety, with mostly one- and two-bathrooms going for $1.5 million or less, according to StreetEasy.

This particular property, listed today with Fredrik Eklund, John Gomes & Nick Agostinelli of Douglas Elliman’s Eklund Gomes team, is far more epic. It’s actually four separate units being packaged as one combo, which could then be transformed into a 5,700-square-foot duplex. The whole thing is going for $16.185 million.

The apartments are located on the building’s sixth and seventh floors, and once combined could have a whopping six bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and myriad living spaces. (It’s “ideal for the most lavish entertaining or a large family,” per the listing.) According to the listing, this end of the building has “the largest original layout” by its architect, Paul E. Duboy.

Other perks of this particular combo include a wraparound terrace; a circular living room in one of the building’s turrets; high ceilings; custom woodwork; restored original windows; and other lovely decorative details. It also comes with access to the building’s amenities, including a roof deck and storage (to rent).

A spokesperson for Douglas Elliman notes that the firm is working with the Renovated Home to transform the four apartments into one turnkey home; proposed floorplans, seen below, reflect some of the arrangements that they’ve proposed for the space.

One thing is for sure: No matter how it’s laid out, this place could really be something special.

The Ansonia

2109 Broadway, New York, NY 10023